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Mar 25, 2013 1:50am EDT
to make a decision whether it is worth your time and energy to go to court to do a motion. you would still have to make that decision. >> a mandate would have several benefits. now, some make different choices than others. we would prefer to work with service providers and the community has, historically. we would rather resolve this in a cooperative manner and find a mandate they can all go to rather than make it an adversarial situation. every day, a partner with us and save the victims and get us the information we need. >> anyone can answer this question. we are asking about the subpoena affective it now. one thing i like about subpoenas is if a person whose records you are asking for feels it is just an expedition or some other violation of their rights, they have an option to file a motion to see a judge or a court jurisdiction and say, this is just an expedition and i do not want to do it and have a judge make a determination, how to you all envision that same protection and same right and what we are talking about now? >> it depends on whether we are discussing a probable cause reg
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